0.4% - CBG: 0.1%
It grows like a typical modern American hybrid
- Indoor Production
21.2 oz per 3x3ft
- Outdoor Production
35% Indica/ 65% Sativa
Limoncello is the cannabis plant you've been waiting for. The breeders team of PEV Bank Seeds wanted to surprise the market with their new work and they are going to get it. If you want to know why we think it can be the queen of 2020 keep reading...
It meets all the requirements you can ask from a cannabis plant, because it is a good producer, strong, tasty and powerful. What else could you ask for? It grows like a typical modern American hybrid, with medium distance internodes, strong but malleable stems, rather wide leaves and stone-like buds.
To obtain this new strain, breeders focused on maximizing the amount of Limonene terpene. To this end they crossed a clone of Super Lemon Haze selected for its taste and speed, with a Lemon Larry OG Kush that they selected in the USA.
The two parents of Limoncello can be considered elite clones, since in addition to giving an outstanding weed, they transmit their best features to the offspring.
This variety is suitable for any grower and is perfectly adapted to the needs of indoor cultivation. Due to its branched structure and its malleability, it performs very well with the optimization method "Screen Of Green", but you can also simply do a pruning F.I.M., both ways improve the final production.
If you put 16 plants per 3x3ft (square metre) in a 1.8 US gal (7 litre) pot, with 3 weeks of growth they will have enough to fill all the growing space well during flowering. You can also put 9 plants per 3x3ft (square meter), but in this case it would be better in pots of 2.9 US gal (11 liters) and they will need one more week of growth.
Outdoors it is usually not a problem, if you give it sun, substrate, water and food it will give away grams without stopping. Its resistance allows it to withstand some types of stress very well, but try not to get the buds wet while they are ripening.
In indoor cultivation it can be cut from the eighth week of flowering, but it depends on how you like the effect. If you prefer it to be less cerebral and more relaxing it is better to wait until 9 weeks of flowering.
Outdoors, in our tests, we cut them to early October, fully mature, in the northern hemisphere. In the southern hemisphere they are harvested at the beginning of April.
Very high in all respects, both buds, resin and terpenes. In indoor crops illuminated with 600 w. HPS it is easy to get the gram/watt, this is about 21.2 oz per 3x3ft (600 grams per square meter).
With each outdoor plant you can get a yield of over 35.3 oz (1 kilo), if you germinate it in early spring and it doesn't lack anything.
Its high resin content allows it to offer a great return on cannabis extractions, which together with its aroma and flavor makes them supreme quality medicine.
The name fits perfectly, because its aroma will remind you of limoncello as soon as you get it close to the nose. It's a real treat, because tastes like pure sweet lemon, with an aftertaste that gives away its Kush ancestry and a spectacular bouquet.
To get the best organoleptic quality, we strongly recommend an organic nutrition and a good root wash, as well as a slow drying and curing.
If you do not let it mature too much the effect will be mostly sativa. In this case, the Haze part of the cross is quite noticeable, causing a very remarkable mental high, and a fairly moderate fall. On the other hand, when you cut it very mature, the type of effect is of hybrid, combining a very creative cerebral stimulation with a good physical relaxation.
If you give this strain a chance it can easily become your favorite weed, because whoever tries it out loves it. Don't take too long to discover the variety that will be causing the most excitement in the next few years.